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  1. I'd appreciate some input on my plants. Second grow in a new place and the same thing is happening across all plants so I think it is my water supply. Just potted on to 3.5lt pots into Batmix so surely not a nute deficiency. All my other environmental factors are in check I believe: 150mm/6" active air in from inside house, 200mm/8" active air out of window to outside. Hybrid SMS controller. Temps 20º/26º. 600W bulb with parabolic raised quite high. Had my water tested and this was the result: Calcium 75 ppm Magnesium 3 ppm Sulphate 44 ppm Alkalinity 227 ppm Chlorine <= 2 ppm pH 7.65 Apparently an ideal ratio Ca to Mg is 3:1 to 4:1 but mine is 24:1 which I am told could lead to Mg absorption issues resulting in poor chlorophyll production etc. Alkalinity is like a hard-water but Mg levels are more akin to soft-water and Ca levels are only medium-hard, this means that neither a hard or soft-water food will work well. A work around may be a hard-water food with additional Mg such as magnesium sulphate (Epsoms salts). I tried this at 1tsp. per litre in the last few days/week and there hasn't been a sudden turn around. Photos attached. I don't want to try more Epsoms because too much can cause a lockout all of it's own. How soon should I see results after giving Epsoms? Any other ideas? Cheers.
  2. Sick Blues And Williams Wonder

    From the album Blues #2 & Williams Wonder

    Just potted on to 3.5lt pots into Batmix so surely not a nute deficiency. All my other environmental factors are in check I believe: 150mm/6" active air in from inside house, 200mm/8" active air out of window to outside. Hybrid SMS controller. Temps 20º/26º. 600W bulb with parabolic raised quite high. Had my water tested and this was the result: Calcium 75 ppm Magnesium 3 ppm Sulphate 44 ppm Alkalinity 227 ppm Chlorine <= 2 ppm pH 7.65 Apparently an ideal ratio Ca to Mg is 3:1 to 4:1 but mine is 24:1 which I am told could lead to Mg absorption issues resulting in poor chlorophyll production etc. The alkalinity level is that of a hard-water but Mg levels are as a typical soft-water and Ca levels are only medium-hard, this means that neither a hard or soft water food will work well. A work around may be a hard-water food with additional Mg such as magnesium sulphate (Epsoms salts). I tried this at 1tsp. per litre in the last few days and there hasn't been a sudden turn around.
  3. Sick Williams Wonder

    From the album Blues #2 & Williams Wonder

    Just potted on to 3.5lt pots into Batmix so surely not a nute deficiency. All my other environmental factors are in check I believe: 150mm/6" active air in from inside house, 200mm/8" active air out of window to outside. Hybrid SMS controller. Temps 20º/26º. 600W bulb with parabolic raised quite high. Had my water tested and this was the result: Calcium 75 ppm Magnesium 3 ppm Sulphate 44 ppm Alkalinity 227 ppm Chlorine <= 2 ppm pH 7.65 Apparently an ideal ratio Ca to Mg is 3:1 to 4:1 but mine is 24:1 which I am told could lead to Mg absorption issues resulting in poor chlorophyll production etc. The alkalinity level is that of a hard-water but Mg levels are as a typical soft-water and Ca levels are only medium-hard, this means that neither a hard or soft water food will work well. A work around may be a hard-water food with additional Mg such as magnesium sulphate (Epsoms salts). I tried this at 1tsp. per litre in the last few days and there hasn't been a sudden turn around.
  4. Blues #2 & Williams Wonder

    From the album Blues #2 & Williams Wonder

    About 3 weeks from seed. Williams Wonder on the left already looking to be squatter than the Blues. There are a couple of lanky vigorous Blues that may be the lanky phenotype but may also be males. I would like to sex these and take cuts then flower and find a couple of keepers. There are now 18 plants because I had a runt in each packet. A couple of the Williams Wonder looked a little burnt on the lower leaves despite being in PM+ compost which is lightly fertilised.
  5. Blues #2 & Williams Wonder Regular Seeds

    From the album Blues #2 & Williams Wonder

    2 packs of regular seeds. If environment allows a couple of lights, if not one will do!
  6. Sickmeds Prizes

    From the album Random